myGeonaute lets you save your session in .xls format compatible with the majority of spreadsheets such as Excel or Google Docs.
What is it for ?
This function was developed to allow you to create your own graphs and session analyses.
How do you download your session file in .xls format?
To download your file, go to the “Activities” tab then to the session that you want to get the file for. Click on the “Actions” menu (located to the right of the session title)
then select “Export in Excel”:
The file is therefore saved in the standard download menu of your web browser. Now you just need to open this file with a spreadsheet package.
How is the .xls file organised?
The file is organised into 3 sheets:
The first “Export” sheet brings together all the points measured by your product. Each column represents a value (session time since the start, distance covered, speed, etc.). Each line represents a value recorded by your product or your app.Only the values measured by your product are recorded. Altitude isn’t currently available in the .xls file.
The second “Summary” sheet includes the same data as your session summary on myGeonaute.
The third “laps” sheet includes your lap table (only if you’ve recorded manual laps or automatic laps with your product).